Characteristics of Maryland residents who obtain health insurance from the small and large group markets

Published: June 6, 2001
Category: Bibliography > Reports
Language: null
Types: Care Management, Population Health
Settings: Health Plan, Hospital

Bethesda, MD, USA: Project Hope Center for Health Affairs.

Project Hope, Bethesda, MD, USA

This report contains findings from a project conducted by the Project HOPE Center for Health Affairs under contract #DCT-98-5194 to the Maryland Health Care Commission (formerly the Maryland Health Care Access and Cost commission). The purpose of this project was to compare Maryland residents who obtain health coverage through the small group market to those who obtain coverage through the large group market. The report makes comparisons across several dimensions that include: (a) demographic characteristics, such as age and gender; (b) clinical characteristics, such as presence of chronic conditions and overall “illness-burden” using ACG category assignment; and (c) health care expenditures and utilizations.

United States, US, USA

Total Disease Burden,Resource Utilization,Cost Burden Evaluation,Population Markers,United States
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